||The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) - Jan 07, 2018
"Very campy. I should have loved it but I found it hard to get through. Like watching a skit done by children - poor timing, things not making sense, and actors talking too fast to get the humor across. I found the part with Jack Nicholson confusing and too frenetic. The only point seems to be to echo the deviance implied by the fact that the protagonist, a horticulturalist who lives with his mother and fails at romantic relationships because of a perverse secret, represents homosexuality."